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EarthLink, SK Telecom Team for New MVNO

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No GSM, No Care...

kuno

Jan 27, 2005, 11:20 AM
Confused I'll admit right away that I'm not too interested in CDMA phones.

However, if this joint venture manages to make it a sucess hopefully it'll push other GSM carriers to finally speed things up and start bringing the nice GSM phones available overseas to the U.S.

I for one will cheer for this company and hope they make it big in hopes that other carriers will stop thinking about milking consumers for every penny they have before moving on to the next big thing and start pushing technology as a driving force like how it is overseas.
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muchdrama

Jan 27, 2005, 11:59 AM


However, if this joint venture manages to make it a sucess hopefully it'll push other GSM carriers to finally speed things up and start bringing the nice GSM phones available overseas to the U.S.

Those nice international GSM phones are already available...just go to a website like www.celluloco.com.
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tuolumne

Jan 27, 2005, 9:25 PM
And be ready to fork out $1000 for a phone...with no promise that they will function with the carriers data network

Like it or not, with the exception of bluetooth, the CDMA asian market totally elipses the GSM world in terms of innovation and features...Get ready for some state of the art Samsung Anycall's on SK Telecom USA... Wink
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muchdrama

Jan 28, 2005, 9:28 AM
tuolumne said:
And be ready to fork out $1000 for a phone...with no promise that they will function with the carriers data network

Like it or not, with the exception of bluetooth, the CDMA asian market totally elipses the GSM world in terms of innovation and features...Get ready for some state of the art Samsung Anycall's on SK Telecom USA... Wink
Did you even go to the website I mentioned? Very few models go for $1,000 or up. And you can get practically any of them to work with whatever carrier you're using.

P.S.--I never said anything about Korean model CDMA phones NOT eclipsing the GSM world in terms of innovation and features. Are you sure you're responding to the correct post?
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kuno

Jan 28, 2005, 9:48 AM
Im already aware I can get any of those phones online. However I prefer to purchase my phones from the carrier which is just a little bit cheaper.
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